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Angela Johnson

40 Podcast Episodes

Latest 18 Jul 2021 | Updated Daily

Weekly hand curated podcast episodes for learning

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Get Agile #13 | Why is Scrum Minimally Prescriptive? | Angela Johnson

Get Agile Podcast

Get Agile podcast: https://procognita.com/GetAgile Join Tomasz Wykowski from ProCognita and Angela Johnson, Certified Scrum Trainer from Collaborative Leadership Team. Find out why Scrum is missing many Agile practices like User Stories, Velocity or Definition of Ready, why Scrum courses are more about unlearning than learning, and why starting using Scrum can be Scary. Finally, learn what A-word and Project Management Hangover are. Learn more about Angela at https://procognita.com/company/team/trainers/angela-johnson and find her blog at https://collaborativeleadershipteam.com/blog


23 Jun 2021

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Episode 69 Angela Johnson

Gathered Courage

Today Angela shares with us about her courageous steps towards following God's call on her life to write a Bible Study, raise warriors and follow Jesus in every season of motherhood.  


7 May 2021

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Powering Through the Pandemic: Motherhood & Family, Guest Linker Angela Johnson

L.A.W. Talk with KrysSpeaks

KrysSpeaks talks with friend Angela Johnson, newly mom who shares how she’s adjusting to motherhood, what she’s learning about herself, and how she’s been managing spending quality time with her family during the pandemic.To watch this #LAWTALK click here: https://youtu.be/UHYV5Z8REcALINKING ALL WOMEN, GENERATION TO GENERATIONHome Location: MILWAUKEE, WI For Story Submission Email: info@linkingallwomen.com To Link On the Go, follow at:🔗Facebook: Linking All Women🔗Instagram: @linkingallwomen🔗Website: www.linkingallwomen.com


1 Apr 2021

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Building a Business Case for Sustainable Media with Angela Johnson and Kris Doerfler of dentsu

Brand Safety Exchange

Join special guests Angela Johnson and Kris Doerfler of dentsu as we build a business case for sustainable media and marketing. As an agency that works with many of the world’s largest advertisers, Angela and Kris provide valuable insight into challenges that top spending clients face in 2021 with a particular view to brand safety. They discuss the definition of sustainable media, the opportunities presented by a public that is more educated in the advertising process, the business benefits of doing the right thing, and much more.


25 Mar 2021

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MMMB Podcast 163 - Interview With Vocalist/Producer Angela Johnson

Making Money in the Music Business

Singer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist and music producer Angela Johnson is our special guest in this week's podcast episode #163. Angela shares her dynamic journey as an artist beginning with being surrounded by a family full of musicians. While her primary instrument was violin for most of her adolescence and early adulthood, once going to college and being exposed to other aspects of music her musical interest shifted towards music production. Angela shares her experiences of being the lead singer for the international neosoul group Cooly's Hot Box, becoming a solo artist, getting music licensing deals and balancing marriage and motherhood. Listeners will be inspired by Angela's extremely diverse talents and learn how to maximize streams of income in today's current music industry. Twitter: @angelajohnson_1IG: @angelajohnsonmusicFacebook: www.facebook.com/angelajohnson.musicWebsite: www.angelajohnson.comMusic: Available on all digital platformsMusic Tip mentioned in the show: https://chordify.net/


28 Feb 2021

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BONUS EPISODE - Angela Johnson Interview - Director's Cut

Soul Essence with Martin Gale

An extended version of Martin's interview with Angela Johnson.


17 Jan 2021

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Soul Essence - Show 156 - 16th January 2021 (guest Angela Johnson)

Soul Essence with Martin Gale

Alison Limerick - Gettin' It Right (Kenlou Mix)Full Flava feat. Carleen Anderson - Was That All It Was (Micky More and Andy Tee Remix)Sade - By Your Side (Lazydog Remix)Groove Assassin - Keep Rockin'Ann Consuelo - See The Day (StoneBridge Club Mix)Bobby D'Ambrosio, Kelli Sae, Brian Tappert - Optimistic (D'Ambrosio & Tappert Club Remix)Rosie Gaines - Closer Than Close (Schwarz & Funk Classic House Mix)The Shapeshifters - Back To Basics (Director's Cut Signature Mix)Micky More, Andy Tee, Angela Johnson, Martin Gale - Time (Original Mix) (with Interview)Federico D'Alessio, Yvette Pylant, Shane D - Shining (Shane D Remix)Booker T, Kathy Brown - Boogie Oogie Oogie (Booker T Vocal Mix)Los Charly's Orchestra Feat. Xantone Blacq - Fly Away (Seamus Haji Club Remix)Hotmood - I'm Feelin' Good 2 (Original Mix)Right To Life, Micky More, Andy Tee - Hold On To My Love (Micky More & Andy Tee Mix)Opolopo - Stroke My Disco (Original Mix)Jamiroquai - Time Won't Wait (El Beako Remix)Motte - The Horse RideAdeva - In and Out of My Life (Michael Gray Remix)Block & Crown, Lissat - America (Original Mix)Brothers in Rhythm - The Way it Is (Brothers in Rhythm Club Mix)

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16 Jan 2021

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Jan 4th- 10th, JSH 1-26, With Angela Johnson

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4 Jan 2021

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Angela Johnson – Investor Relations

What Do You Do? with Rodolfo Cooper

Listen to Angela Johnson, Senior Vice President of Investor Relations, discuss her experiences in investor relations in the real estate investment industry.


17 Sep 2020

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#38 - Social Justice with Angela Johnson Peters

Awaken The Rebel

This week’s rebel spotlight is Angela Johnson Peters, a longtime community activist, associate director of a social justice learning institute, and one of my clients (who could definitely school me in coaching haha). She dives into what’s going on currently with the Black Lives Matter Movement/Protests and how the past feeds into today’s moments of injustice and systematic racism. Sharing her own personal story of awakening and pursuing a career with social justice, Angela dives into ways a person can self-educate and how they can lend a hand towards change. In the episode you will hear: About Angela’s background and own self-awakening with critical consciousness while at school at Berkeley. How Angela left her consulting practice to join Social Justice Learning Institute and what the organization does to create a better future. How opportunities are being created for change and that hope can be found during this time of grief. Plus, how to be resilient as traumatizing events and history are revealed. History of past and present socio-economic oppression of black Americans in the U.S. and materials for self-education. How people within the U.S. and other countries are coming together to protest treatment toward black people and standing in unity with Black Lives Matter Movement. What needs to be done in each individual’s life in order to be anti-racist and make genuine connections with people in the black community and people of color. Next steps: what each person can do to be proactive in making a change - volunteering, voting, education, etc. Quotes: “In addition to the grief, and the anger, and the sadness, there is also hope and optimism and feeling like there is real change happening.” - Angela Johnson Peters “The Social Justice Learning Institute is dedicated to the education, health, and wellbeing of youth and communities of color. We do that through training, education, and community mobilization. We empower through education, create thriving communities, and create systems change.” - Angela Johnson Peters “Being in this space, with the Social Justice Learning Institute, has really provided me with not only a community that’s dedicated to hearing voice, listening to voice, we’re an organization that is led by the voices of young people and community members.” - Angela Johnson Peters “People want to know, people want to do something and I understand people wanting to do something. Because that’s what makes us feel alive, so that we’re not disconnected or isolated, understanding that we’re in this together.” - Angela Johnson Peters “The entire socio-economic position of the United States is based on the backs of black, brown, and native peoples. I can remember when I first became aware of all this history and just...it’s so heavy, it’s so much. And the more you learn - it’s like more, and more, and more. How do you get up in the morning? So that’s when resiliency comes in.” - Angela Johnson Peters “It’s important to become educated, but the pain and anger is also what fuels the passion to make the change.” - Angela Johnson Peters “Being anti-racist is actively calling out racism and doing something to dismantle white supremacy.” - Angela Johnson Peters “The movements of social change are accelerated because of moments like this [George Floyd’s lynching/murder] but there’s never been a moment like this because there’s never been such a worldwide acknowledgement that Black Lives Matter and we have to do something.” - Angela Johnson Peters “You can’t talk about equity and black people achieving, not only their potential but achieving their due, if you don’t address the economics.” -Angela Johnson Peters “You can’t really address what’s going on today without looking at what’s gone on for generations” -Shereen “It’s difficult, and people are scared or people don’t want to say the wrong thing, but you have to do something. You have to start.” -Angela Johnson Peters Awaken the Rebel Podcast Resources:Are you inspired to take action? Angela Johnson Peters, Associate Director of Programs & Development Social Justice Learning Institute: https://sjli.org/ Connect with Angela on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/angela.j.peters Get involved and find Angela on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelajohnsonpeters Host, Shereen Thor Get the 7 essential happiness techniques I learned at Yale! Download the Happiness Cheatsheet now! Find Shereen at: www.awakentherebel.com


30 Jun 2020